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Old 06-30-2003, 08:15 PM   #1
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File Association under RedHat 9


I searched here for "File Associations" but I'm having trouble looking for the specific way of looking for it under RedHat 9.

Is there a way to associate files with MPlayer (e.g, avi and wma)?
 
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Linux has no such thing a "file associations" by general, this is not an issue for the base system. It will be dealt with via your deslktop environment, e.g gnome of kde.
 
  


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